Pearl Izumi Select Liner Short - Women's

Pearl Izumi Select Liner Short - Women's
Pearl Izumi Select Liner Short - Women's
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Select Liner Short - Women's by Pearl Izumi
Hitting the trail all day may lift your spirits, but hours in the saddle on rocky and rooty terrain can be abuse to your sit bones. Fortunately Pearl Izumi is here to save the day, and your rear end, with the Select Liner Shorts for women. These liner shorts feature Pearl's SELECT Escape 1:1 chamois for all day support, with multi-density foam that soaks up vibration and protects from chaffing. The top layer of the chamois is soft and smooth against your skin, with a gentle stretch that keeps the short moving with you when you're hammering up techy climbs, and wicks away moisture to keep you dry and feeling fresh.

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SKU: PLZ00LV
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